La Liga Round 7 – Best Predictions and Tips

Gabe Morency

Wednesday, September 27, 2017 8:53 PM UTC

Wednesday, Sep. 27, 2017 8:53 PM UTC

Barcelona vs. Las Palmas Barcelona is leading the standings after 6 rounds in the Spanish La Liga with maximum points 4 points clear of 2nd place Atletico Madrid. Not just that but they have the best.
<p><strong>Barcelona vs. Las Palmas </strong>Barcelona is leading the standings after 6 rounds in the Spanish La Liga with maximum points, 4 points clear of 2nd place Atletico Madrid. Not just that but they have the best attack and the best defense in the top-flight league with 20 goals scored and just 2 conceded in 6 rounds. Messi is the top scorer in the Spanish La Liga with 9 goals scored this season. Before this fixture, Barcelona travels to Portugal to play Sporting on Wednesday in the Champions League group stage round 2 being huge favourites to win this clash and secure their 1st place in the group. It seems like without Neymar, Barcelona is more focused and more determined to show their power, win another title in La Liga and why not a new UCL trophy. Messi is on fire, he is performing at his highest level and he will try to put his best effort to win another Ballon D’Or award this season. Las Palmas are coming after 2 straight defeats, home with Leganes and away at Sevilla and they enter this match having low expectations. We expect a clear home win and also we expect Barcelona to keep a clean sheet but not to push for more than 4 goals. <strong>Best pick for the match: Barcelona to win and under 4.5 goals in the match at 2.1 with Betfair.</strong></p><p></p><p><strong>Real Madrid vs. Espanyol </strong>After trashing Barcelona in the Spanish Super Cup in August and after winning the European Super Cup against Manchester United, Real Madrid have a terrible start of the La Liga 2017/18 campaign sitting seven points behind their rivals Barcelona after just six matches losing with Betis (0-1) and failing to win against Levante and Valencia. The weird thing is that the three matches we are talking about were played on their turf. Before this home match, they travel to play the German leaders Dortmund on Tuesday in the Champions League. Ronaldo’s slow start to the season might be one of the main reasons for Real Madrid’s poor shape. This is the 1st season Cristiano Ronaldo has taken so many rounds to score a goal for his team. Los Blancos have big injury problems with some of their stars missing the action also in Champions League but also in their domestic league. They will be without Benzema, Hernandez, Kovacic, Marcelo all 4 injured but they have so many good players on the bench, so missing four players won’t affect them. After being destroyed 5-0 away by Barcelona, Espanyol bounced back and won two on their last three fixtures sitting 12th in the standings with 8 points. They don’t have the best memories with Real Madrid, losing their last 10 head-to-head and not finding the back of the net in their last 4 mutual encounters. We expect a clear home win but not at more than three goals margin. <strong>Best pick for the match: Espanyol to win with +3 AH (Asian Handicap) at 1.74 with Unibet.</strong></p><p><strong>Leganes vs. Atletico Madrid </strong>Despite being banned and not being able to make any transfers last summer, Atletico Madrid has a great start of the season in both La Liga and Champions League. They are sitting 2nd in the standings with 14 points, 4 points behind Barcelona but three points clear of their city rivals Real Madrid. They have a tough away match at Leganes, a decent home team, one of the best defensive teams in La Liga with just 3 goals conceded so far. We expect a low-scoring match with Atletico Madrid keeping a clean sheet and solving the match from halftime. <strong>Best pick for the match: Atletico to win HT/FT at 2.4 with Betfair.</strong></p><p><strong>Extra Tips: </strong>Levante vs. Alaves – Levante to win at 1.8 with Unibet Valencia vs. Bilbao – over 2.5 goals in the match at 1.8 with Bet365</p>
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